I recall a former therapist saying she recommended it but I am blanking on why. Anyone here do that and why so?
If you find out what your state demands of homeschoolers, it would help conversations along.
If you have the means, and they are biologically under 8yo, I would get the ablls curriculum. Mine are over that so I bought the aba curriculum books by a bcba, that are based on developmental age/level. These help with wording and targeting, sequencing, and you could feasibly make a lesson plan if you have training, or go skillset by skillset and get assessments from an aba provider, and consultation to troubleshoot.
Probably to have in him therapy for ot and speech. Something exciting for the children. Unless the specialist is boring. But for extra support if you need it.
On ablls? You may be surprised it is a standardly implemented curriculum for students in contained classrooms. In my experience, they do somethig like I just mentioned, pulling from one or two areas at a time for kids who hadn't received ABA in preschool. I suggest looking into it and asking therapists/educators because it is insightful for how things happen in school, for comparison sake, and many areas demand a lot of student monitoring while other states and provinces do not.
Thank you @A MyAutismTeam Member this is awesome. My son is six, and we want to start general
Mapping to a kingergarten curriculum. Some K skills he is advanced and on or below in others—I am trying to find a really good homeschool curriculum. I will lookup what “ablls” is - any further info you have on that I am all ears!